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Relations between Exercise Self-Schema and Temptation of Quitting Exercise according to the Stages of Exercise Change among Participants in Sports for All

생활체육참여자의 운동변화단계에 따른 운동자기도식과 운동중단유혹의 관계

Song, Ki-Hyun;Lim, Hyun-Muk;Kim, Seung-Yong
송기현;임현묵;김승용

  • Received : 2019.02.19
  • Accepted : 2019.04.20
  • Published : 2019.04.28

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to analyze relations among the stages of exercise change, exercise self-schema, and temptation of quitting exercise to figure out changes to the exercise behavior according to a psychological process. For this purpose, the study used total 297 questionnaires from adults using a public sports center. Collected data was treated with the SPSS 18.0 program, being put to the test through exploratory factor analysis, MANOVA, multiple regression analysis, and discriminant analysis. The findings were as follows: first, there were differences in exercise self-schema according to the stages of exercise change; second, there were differences in the temptation of quitting exercise between coaches and burnout according to the stages of exercise change; third, behavioral self-schema and burnout were major factors to distinguish the stages of exercise change; and finally, exercise self-schema had negative effects on burnout, and cognitive-emotional self-schema had negative effects on affect.

Keywords

Stage of Exercise Change;Exercise Self-Schema;Temptation of Quit Exercise;Life Time Sports;Exercise Behavior

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : Dong-A University